I think there are a few options it could be AD. Could be the macerator, black water toilet pump out (to shore or overboard), electric toilet flush main switch or the shower drain pump (usually has a float switch for that system I’d think). Picture might help.Good point Q, might be for the mercerator, but I think that should keep running until turned of, right?
Sort depends on what type of toilet you have.New boat owner. On my electrical panel I have a rocker switch for toilet on or off. Operates the water pump to the toilet. Do I turn it off every time after use, or do I jest leave it on and it will activate as required?
I have a toilet pump switch and a macerator switch. Sounds like both should be on as long as I am on the boat. Turn off when I leave? Thanks for ur helpSort depends on what type of toilet you have.
Did you experiment at all? Is the flush on the toilet electric or manual? Got any pictures of electrical panel and/or toilet ?
It sounds like I have the same system. . . .Toilet is electric.